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Can't upgrade windows media player

I can't upgrade my windows media player 10 to 11..
via application on my usb..what should I do??
i hope you can solve my question..

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  • stevenson80 Jan 10, 2009

    I having the same issue. I'm running XP Pro SP3. Microsoft Update will download and install the update, but whenever I go to open the media player, I still see version 10.

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You must have the original CD copy of windows version software that you have so that windows media player will automatically be updated online. if not, you may purchase an updated of windows media player software to any near computer stores.

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